Freight Forwarding

Overnight airfreight. Every shipping manager’s least favorite option. Let’s face it, if you need overnight air freight, something has usually gone drastically wrong. The situation typically goes something like this: Either your customer needs a critical part to keep their plant up and running, you are dangerously low on a key inventory component, or you […]

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Since late last year, shippers have struggled with both a serious shortage of container chassis, as well as port congestion at the nation’s largest ports.  These two challenges are inter-related and have been especially severe at the nations’s busiest ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach and New York/New Jersey. Matters have been compounded on the East […]

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Winter Storm Dion Means Rough Weekend for Transportation East & West Posted:  12/7/2013 By Blake Cotcamp Meteorology Intern     Update (12/10/13):  As of Tuesday afternoon, the East Coast and upper Midwest were both was still receiving snow, freezing rain and hazardous winter driving conditions.  Shippers should continue to expect transit delays to these regions […]

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